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WikiLeaks confirms that the US destroyed an extraterrestrial moon base

A document published by WikiLeaks clearly implies that the US had a “secret” base on the Moon that was destroyed by Russia. But there is not everything.

US destroyed an extraterrestrial moon base

UFO researcher Scott Waring says on his website: “I was researching the WikiLeaks website and I found this information pertaining to a secret lunar base that the United States had destroyed in the late 1970s. The cable has only the details of the document, but not all because the document was written by hand and was never put in digital format. “

Waring asks: “How would the United States destroy an alien base on Earth’s moon without anyone suspecting it? That is easy. Do you remember the Apollo missions? Well, there were supposed to be more than 20 missions of this type on the Moon, however, NASA suddenly stopped at Apollo 17, to perform some secret black operations missions involving the recovery of extraterrestrial technology and the recognition of alien structures and ships and to detect any possible threat to the US “

Waring continues, “I met a man named William Rutledge in 2011 on YouTube when he uploaded half a dozen videos of the Apollo 20 mission in which he participated. It was a shared mission of the United States and Russia to the Moon near the Delporte crater. “

“William and the other astronaut recorded their activities on the Moon on film. Including exploring a cigar-shaped ship in the Delporte crater. Inside they found glass tubes along the walls with tiny biped skeletons (a few centimeters high).

They also found a female pilot with hoses connected to her nose and she was in a coma and appeared to be physically and mentally connected to the ship. She never woke up, but was taken back to Earth. He also recorded a beautiful alien city damaged on the moon.

US destroyed an extraterrestrial moon base

I think this is the extraterrestrial base that was destroyed by the United States. They probably destroyed it in a later mission, after having recovered all the possible technology that could be returned.”

Why would he destroy using the alien base? “I think it was to keep it out of reach of other countries in the world. Imagine what would happen if Israel landed a probe on the Moon and found the base, publicly claiming that all its contents are property of Israel. Suddenly, it would make Israel a world power. “

“The United States does not want to lose that title nor do they want to deal with the competition of other countries that defeat them in strange cities and worlds and that explore the universe. Although the United States did share those secret Apollo missions with Russia at that time. “

“Apparently, William Rutledge never blurted out that NASA had destroyed the alien base on the Moon, which he had once recorded. It would have broken his heart. He told me he was old, in his last 70 years at the time I spoke with him he said that he had converted some of the films into digital video in order to share them before he died. He was old and he wanted to take this secret out of his chest. “

Is our world really as presented? There are millions of pages of documents that are classified in several countries each year, how is it possible to really determine what is happening “behind the curtain”? Why does the secret govern? Leave your comment below.

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Moon Landing Conspiracy Theory Persists

The idea that the Moon landings were faked still remains one of the most enduring of all conspiracy theories.

Peter Knight – a professor of American Studies at the University of Manchester – explores the origins of the Moon landing conspiracy and why some people still believe that we never went to the Moon.

Bill Kaysing was a former US Navy officer who worked as a technical writer for one of the rocket manufacturers for NASA’s Apollo moon missions. He claimed that he had inside knowledge of a government conspiracy to fake the moon landings, and many conspiracy theories about the Apollo moon landings which persist to this day can be traced back to his 1976 book, We Never Went to the Moon: America’s Thirty Billion Dollar Swindle.

The basic template of the conspiracy theory is that NASA couldn’t manage to safely land a man on the moon by the end of the 1960s as President John F Kennedy had promised, so it only sent astronauts into Earth orbit. Conspiracy theorists then argue that NASA staged the moon landings in a film studio and that there are tell-tale signs on the footage and the photos that give the game away. They claim that NASA has covered up the elaborate hoax ever since.

Moon landing sceptics point to supposed clues such as photos that appear to show the astronauts in front of cross hairs that were etched on the camera glass, or a mysterious letter C visible on a moon rock. These and many other seeming anomalies have been debunked, but moon landing conspiracy theories have persisted in the popular imagination.

In the US, opinion polls indicate that between 5-10% of Americans distrust the official version of events. In the UK, a YouGov poll in 2012 found that 12% of Britons believed in the conspiracy theory. A recent survey found that 20% of Italians believe that the moon landings were a hoax, while a 2018 poll in Russia put the figure there as high as 57%, unsurprising given the popularity of anti-Western conspiracy theories there.

Ready to disbelieve

That Kaysing’s conspiracy theory took hold in mid-1970s America is in large part due to a wider crisis of trust in the country at the time. In 1971, citizens read the leaked Pentagon Papers, showing that the Johnson administration had been systematically lying about the Vietnam War. They tuned in nightly to the hearings about the Watergate break-in and subsequent cover-up.

A series of congressional reports detailed CIA malfeasance both at home and abroad, and in 1976, the House Select Committee on Assassinations concluded – in contrast to the Warren Commission more than a decade earlier – that there was a high probability that there had been a conspiracy to kill Kennedy. These revelations had helped fuel a wider shift in conspiracy thinking since the late 1960s, from a belief in external enemies, such as Communists, to the suspicion that the American state was itself conspiring against its citizens.

Moon landing conspiracy theories have proved particularly sticky ever since. To understand their popularity we need to consider their cultural context, as much as the psychological dispositions of believers.

As with the Kennedy assassination, they formed a new kind of conspiracy theorising. These theories reinterpret the publicly available evidence, finding inconsistencies in the official record, rather than uncovering suppressed information. Visual evidence is crucial: for all their scepticism, their starting point is that seeing is believing. In the realm of photo evidence, the assumption is that everyone can be a detective. In the conspiracy theory communities that emerged at the tail-end of the 1960s, the self-taught buff became central.

Constructed reality

The moon landing conspiracy theories also brought to the mainstream the notion that significant events are not what they seem: they have been staged, part of an official disinformation campaign. The idea that tragic events are created by “crisis actors” employed by the government has become the default explanation for many events today, from 9/11 to mass shootings. This type of conspiracy theory is particularly harmful – for example, parents of children killed in the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting have been relentlessly hounded by internet trolls claiming they are merely paid stooges.

However, the story that the lunar landings were staged also resonates with the more plausible notion that the space race itself was as much a Cold War spectacle as a triumph of the human spirit.

The 1978 Hollywood film Capricorn One did much to popularise moon landing conspiracy theories. Based on Kaysing’s book, it imagined that a Mars landing was faked in a film studio, tapping into conspiracy rumours that the moon landings themselves had been directed by Stanley Kubrick. This suggestive myth is based in part on the idea that special effects had become much more sophisticated with Kubrick’s 1968 film 2001 A Space Odyssey, although still far from the capabilities that the conspiracy theories suppose.

Even if they are far-fetched in factual terms, moon landing conspiracy theories nevertheless call up the more plausible possibility that in our media-saturated age reality itself is constructed, if not actually faked.

Peter Knight, Professor of American Studies, University of Manchester

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article.

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Theorists Claim Glowing Orb Over Rome May Be Alien Technology

UFO conspiracy theories were unleashed as a clear daylight video showed a yellowish orb spiraling upward into the sky above the Italian capital.

A possible tad of alien activity was noted on Italian soil, as an unsuspecting family looked out of the window of their Roman villa to spot a bright, perfectly circular light hovering on the horizon. In a video posted online, people in the background can be heard asking in Italian: “What are they?”

Picked up by several media outlets, the video finally found it’s way to alien hunters, as conspiracy theorists theorize wildly over the object’s extraordinarily bright light.

“A luminous sphere was spotted and recorded with a mobile phone by a family living in the area of Villa Chigi in Rome,” according to popular YouTube channel UFOMania, while commenters shared whacky theories as to where the technology behind its construction could have originated from.

“It is a plasma drone. It’s got to be alien technology or something else, just understand that they are taking pictures of our landscape and maybe compared them to the old times,” one wrote, as another chimed in suggesting that it could be an alien abduction in progress.

“This is exactly how the several spheres we saw over a busy interstate outside Albany NY took off. This looks real to me,” they posted, intriguing the rest.

Skeptical observers ditched the extra-terrestrial mumbo-jumbo, however, arguing that in such a densely populated location there would have been many more sightings of the purported event.

Last week, prominent UFOlogist Scott C. Waring commented on a body that resembled a four-pronged alien spaceship right above the orbiting International Space Station, taking note of its unusual shape: “like nothing I’ve seen before,” he posted.

In a video first singled out of NASA’s livestream archives by YouTube channel Streetcap 1, a massive unidentified object can be seen whizzing swiftly past the space laboratory before taking a turn and moving back to its initial location in the background.

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Residents of Brooklyn complain about a strange sound that makes you sick

In the Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn neighborhood, New York, for the past few months, people have been complaining about a strange annoying noise. They hear this noise both outside and in their apartments and at the same time it causes medical problems.

Some conspirologists find that the symptoms are very similar to those described by American diplomats. In the past two years, diplomats from the American embassies in Cuba and in China have heard strange noises from which they had unpleasant consequences.

Only last week, 15 Brooklyn residents appealed to the authorities with unpleasant sounds. However, no action was taken, because even the authorities could not figure out the source of the noise.

This high-pitched noise is much more annoying than the usual New York hum and at the same time affects the brain. Some people had the effects of this noise like a hangover, others felt a throbbing headache.

Another part of the inhabitants reported mental stress and pressure on the nasal sinuses. Even closing the windows did not help from the noise; it easily penetrated through the walls.

“I can not run away from it and this noise is felt anywhere in our block,” – says Drew Robbie.

Robbie tried to record the noise and posted on Twitter. The sound in the video is really depressing and it is unbearably long to listen.

Both local police and officials unsuccessfully seek the source of this sound.

A similar “sound attack” was conducted in March 2019 in Michigan. Conspiracy theorists believe that someone is testing the sonic weapon in public.

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